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Tech Tips Series #2: Reading and Storing Journal Articles Online

What would you call it: A barrage or a flood? No question that you're inundated by clinical information online. In the second part of his series on managing the problem, Suleman Bhana MD walks you through two apps for sorting and saving the articles you actually need to read.

Recent Content

An Italian study detects a high prevalence of inflammatory abnormalities in the knee joints of older adults, usually absent clinical signs of osteoarthritis.

Two new analyses throw cold water on the usefulness of acetaminophen for osteoarthritis or back pain, and of steroid shots for knee osteoarthritis.

spondyloarthritis

A European League Against Rheumatism task force releases its first recommendations on the role of imaging for the diagnosis and management of spondyloarthritis.

Statin May Put the Brakes on Artery Hardening in AS, RA

Patients with rheumatoid arthritis face an increased risk for acute coronary syndromes, but a popular statin seems to reduce asymptomatic carotid plaques.

More good news for Actemra: rheumatoid arthritis patients can safely transition from the intravenous form of the IL-16 blocker to the injectable version.

lupus

Lupus is the condition that most frequently requires attention to skin problems, but it's far from the only reason for a rheumatologist's patient to see a dermatologist. In the case of lupus, however, the lesion may be a clue to prognosis.

lupus

Even a well-informed patient may sometimes throw your prescription in the trash. Here a young woman with lupus describes what sometimes prompts her simply to ignore her doctor's best advice about treatment.

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